DSi Sound Hack

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  1. xX DRACO ICE Xx
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    Ok, I was wondering if there is a way to export sound effects that you record on your DSi. o,o Any type of hacks or something?
     
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    Buy or make this link and next record the sound with a PC. Or if you have a Nintendo 3DS exports your DSi sounds on the 3DS and on the 3DS copy the sounds on a SD card.

    The link is this:
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    eh?
    i dont get it
     
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    You use the cable to plug one end in to your DSi headphone jack and the other end in the Mic jack of your PC/laptop.
    Then record it on your PC, letting you edit it and save it as either .wav or .mp3.
     
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    coolness PSN: Dutch_DarkLord

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    ow lol, i get it xd
     
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    Do I need a program for that? I have a cable ^^
     
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    Microsoft sound recorder.
     
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    Any recording app wil do.
    Audacity lets you edit it, be sure to install the LAME mp3 plugin for it.